Queens Court Barn was a Kentish oast stowage building and drying shed owned by the Shepherd Neame Brewery and built in the 19th century. Although not listed, it still forms part of the local Kent heritage.
The barn was in a very poor state of repair. It was inhabited by pigeons and bats when it came to the market. It has since been tastefully converted to provide a spacious family home whilst keeping all the original features which gave the building its appealing character.